Monday, November 16, 2015

Day Twenty-Four: Accusations

There have been many accusations made regarding the seminary in Boston. These accusations come from various sources, and cover a variety of issues. These accusations have caused many to question the viability of the seminary in Boston, and the veracity of those who run or support this work.

While some of the accusations have merit, many current examples tossed around have little to no basis in reality. It is often difficult to separate fact from fiction, and to determine what is true from what is false.

Ambrose, Pablo and the methods of operation for the seminary are the three areas which have received the most criticism in recent months. It is important for this blog to highlight these three areas in the current week, before my time in Boston reaches its end.

The operation of the seminary will include the current schedule, to correct the old schedule as posted on a demo website for the seminary.

As always, if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me. As they say at Radioshack, " You've got questions? We've got answers! "


  1. One of Fr Pfeiffer's most ardent young workers from India, now in an Arabian Gulf country, recently told the visiting N-SSPX priest that he is "all for the (N-) SSPX!!!. Maybe he has no need anymore for Resistance brand motorcycles?

    1. I like the idea of a Resistance brand motorcycle. Maybe it could be manufactured by Royal-Enfield.

    2. I'm told that if the daddy's car can be "swiftly" be upgraded yet again, then maybe "Arabian sonny" will rediscover his loyalty.

  2. Jawa was my favorite but production under franchise has discontinued. Since Czechoslovakia is no more I wonder where it is made. The Czech Republic or Slovakia - do you know?. Anyway, come to think of it, "Resistance" is a good brand name - whether for a motorbike, or for clothing, or sportswear .....
    Yeh, the Royal-Enfield is a power bike ...hmmm!